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By / 03.01.14

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I have 3 basic rules in life: 1. Don’t go to jail. 2. DON’T GO TO JAIL. 3. Don’t send pics of my junk to anyone. In a story that proves you shouldn’t record your intimate moments, a woman just got $500,000 dollars in a lawsuit because of her ex posting their naughty stuff on the internet. Via ABC 13:

 A woman says that what she thought were private moments and photographs shared between her and her now ex-boyfriend ended up plastered on the Internet, so she took him to court and won. Now, her case could help spur a change in Texas law.

Yep, don’t send pictures or videos of yourself in that manner, ever. $500,000 is not nearly enough money to get over the trauma of having your special areas be a pop-up ad for a sex chat website. How close were these two lovebirds?

Rosie’s young long-distance romance lasted seven years. For part of it, she shared intimate moments with photos and Skype chats.

“If I ever sent him a picture, I asked him to delete it right away. And he promised me that he did,” she said.

Only after their breakup did Rosie learn that he didn’t. He recorded those chats, without her permission.

“He started threatening me, blackmailing me with the pictures and video, which I didn’t know he recorded,” Rosie said.

“Delete this picture right away!” Yeah, no. Even I know not to delete a picture of a girl that sends me a sexy picture, which is another reason YOU DON’T SEND NAKED PICTURES!

Two state lawmakers are working on a bill that would make revenge porn illegal in Texas, but critics say criminalizing it may violate the First Amendment right to freedom of speech.

“If you allow the state or federal government to restrict your speech in one instance, it could expand and get more restrictive over other matters and nobody wants that,” said KTRK legal analyst Joel Androphy.

Restricting your speech is one thing, posting naked pictures of someone who doesn’t want it public in an act of revenge is another thing. Lawyer talk, hearsay, objection, Stabler! Benson! I hope this has been a lesson for everyone. Don’t send pics of yourself doing sexy things to your significant other. Your significant other could be a crazy person and put it online for the entire world to see.

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